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Grace P Redman
September 16, 1937 ~ January 23, 2024 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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Grace Pope Redman, a beacon of love and faith, departed from this world on January 23, 2024, at the age of 86, in
Lakeland, Florida. Born on September 16, 1937, in Clinton, North Carolina, Grace's life was a testament to the
power of kindness and the strength of family bonds.
Grace was the beloved wife of the late Bobby Redman, who preceded her in 2006. Grace was the mother of four
who raised her children in the Baptist church. Grace's children who survive her are Katherine Hunter (William),
Emily Mitchell (Mason), Linda Fiore (Jamie), and Noel Barton Tuck, III (Jane). Grace was the daughter to the late
Carl and Ruby Mae Pope and sister to Ruby Mae Player and her brothers J.C Pope and Larry Pope, all of whom
have also preceded her in death.
Her legacy continues through her adoring grandchildren: Holly Amerman, Adam Hamid, Noel Barton Tuck, IV, Ameana Sproul, Taher
Hamid, Jaimie Hunter, William Hunter, Brittani Munchel, Jamee Krivenko, Michael Fiore, and Alexandria Solomon, as well as her fifteen great-grandchildren, who will carry her spirit forward.
A alumna of Campbell College, Grace earned her associate's degree, which served as a foundation for her
lifelong love of learning and personal growth. Grace's unwavering faith was evident to all who knew her through
her active participation at Calgary Baptist Church, where she volunteered her time, shared her voice in the choir, and lived out her Christian values every day.
An avid supporter of the Tar Heels, Grace's enthusiasm was infectious, and her ability to make friends was
unparalleled. She never met a stranger, and her presence was a source of joy and comfort to those around her.
Described by those who knew her best as loving, faith- filled, and friendly, Grace Pope Redman's memory will be
cherished and celebrated by all whose lives she touched.
Her warmth and generosity of spirit will be deeply missed, but her legacy of kindness will continue to inspire and
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to Vitas Hospice in Lakeland, The Alzheimer's Association,
or Calvary Baptist Church in Lakeland.